Hess Aug 13, 1931 The Democrat American
next Sunday and come out. o EVENING SHADE NEWS attended spent Sunday school was well Sunday. Mrs. Donakey and children Sunday at the Hess home. -Clarence Mayhan of Marble City spent Wednesday night with Harrison •Hess. Mrs. Alice Stubbs left Thursday for Sallisaw where she will spend a while with her mother, Mrs. Eversole. Monroe Donakey visited Eulis Patterson Patterson Sunday. Wesley and Ora Hess, spent Monday and Tuesday with relatives of Marble City. Nedra Ridgway spent Sunday with Marie Hess. Jess .Ross and family spent Sunday at the Albert Skaggs home. Mrs. Audra Skaggs and children returned home with them to visit a few days. Miss Ora Hess spent Monday night with Miss Edna Perry of Marble City Alvie Sears called on S. Stubbs a while Thursday evening. Leonard Knowles was visiting friends at Evening Shade Wednesday. Several Several of.the young folks attended church at Blackgum Friday night. — o- ITEMS FROM LONG o liLACK JACK NEWS Miss Jewell Wilson and Mr. Clayton Clayton Buffington made a business trip to Liberty Saturday. Jewell Wilson, Mable Sutton, Mrs. N. E. Sutton and Mrs. Nan Howell were Friday evening guests at the A. C. Buffington home. Miss Lucille and Waunita Buffington Buffington and Jewell Wilson spent Saturday Saturday afternoon as guests of Mable Sutton. Sutton. Alvin Redden and Clayton Buffington Buffington made a business trip to Sallisaw Wednesday. Bit Scott motored to Sallisaw Thursday. Thursday. Miss Blanche and Lucille Chapman of Arkansas are visiting relatives at this place. Sam Montgomery is visiting his grand mother, • Mrs. Carotlne Montgomery Montgomery at this writing. M. O. Parris and family attended church at Muldrow Friday night. Bill Brooks of Liberty visited Miss Lucille Parris Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howell of Akins were visiting at the M. O. Parris home Monday. Lucille Buffington entertained the young folks with a dance Tuesday night. Bill Pinkerton and William Slope 'were supper guests at the N. E. Sutton Sutton home Friday night. Bill Boyd and Ben Pinkerton attended attended church at Midway Thursday Sight.: W. M. Howell is on the sick list at this writing. *Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bethel of Mill- One of the best base ball games of the season was played on our diamond here Sunday. It was played by the combined teams of Mineral and Black Jack versus Muldrow and- Lone Oak. The score was 15 and 10. Black Jack scored 15 off of their pitchers, Othel Riddle, Roff Gamble and Pete Wilson. While they only scored 10 due to the exceptional playing of John Howell. Finnis Rtggs and Watie Quinton. Black Jack defeated Holt Prairie 15 to 8 here Saturday. Black Jack's second team was defeated defeated Friday by Mineral's second team at Mineral. A new croquet set has been placed on the school ground here. About 200 people were there Sunday and participated participated in the ball games. Marble game horse shoe games and croquet games. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Birchfield and family spent Sunday at the Hendryx home. Miss Cora Mae Sharp was a Sunday guest of Miss Orel Allen. Miss Gladys Dobbs was a guest of Mrs. Nora Creekmore Sunday. Mr^ and Mrs. Walter Butcher and family, Rftnold and Hughe6 Wilson Theodore James, Virgil Owings, Wade Quinton, Marvin Ferris and Red Pickard were all visitors at the M. C. Allen home Shnday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jim Folsom and family arrived here this week from Western Okla. and are visiting relatives. o—: SYCAMORE NEWS Rev. Spyrs" preached at this place Sunday. Mr. Hess visited Rev. Spyrs of near Marble Friday morning. Mrs. Tweedy visited Mrs. Hess Thursday afternoon. Alvin Anderson left Wednesday evening evening for Kansas City. Mrs. Jim Bassham visited Mrs. Cupp Saturday afternoon. Callers at the Hess home Sunday were: Noal Fine of Tulsa, Misses Mable and Gladys Fine of Sloan Chapel and Roy Klohn. Rev. Spyrs was the guest of John Wallace Sunday. We elected new. officers in the 4 Club last week. They are Ola Craghead, Craghead, Pres., Oscar Borin vice 'Pres., Llbble Duffield, Secretary, Lynn Hess, Song leader,' Alice Duffield, Game leader, Rena Pulllam Yell leader and Clara Belle Jackson Stunt leader. We had our regular club meeting and afterward afterward Lynn Hess gave an interesting interesting talk about her trip to Stillwater. Miss Ola Craghead visited her brother, brother, Jess Craghead Wednesday night. Visitors at school Friday were Miss Gracy Hedrick, Clarence Hindrick, Glen and Frankie Lee Walters. New pupils this week were Thurman draw and Mrs. M. O. Parris were visit-' Tweedy, Florence and Willie Supp.